PSX-SCENE is on a mission to make this the best possible environment for developers. We are leading the way in promoting uncensored developer opinions and projects on our front pages. We continue to set the bar by introducing a no-bashing policy, with zero tolerance on developer bashing. We promote scene development with our monthly contest, and provide developers with their own private subsection to further explore.
Right now, we moderators are a team of few, who represent us all. We want to bring you the best, because we all want the best for ourselves and our friends. We are always listening to you, and trying to give you nothing but the best feedback. We all consider it an honor to be a part of something as major as the PS3-Scene, and what it will inevitably become. We are here to enforce the peace, as well as promote a healthy and stimulating community.
But there are those that would rather add fuel to fires, and fans to flames. Since the birth(3.41) and re-birth(3.55) of the PS3 Scene, many people have traveled trough either looking for help and support, or looking to cause trouble for others. People have no right to make other people unhappy, just to satisfy their own corruptions. It is almost as if everyone feels entitled to call themselves elites, and actually believe that they have any room to speak on behalf of others. It can all become a viscous cycle of lies, where the better trickster remains ever in the lead. We have already seen it before in this still infantile scene; once more, and it will be shame on us.
This is where we must take our stand. We must put down our fingers, and say enough is enough. This is a support forum, and there is no need for bickering among ourselves. So we have different views; well, welcome to the future and the Internet. Since the beginning of free CFW, millions of questions have been asked about what is the next free thing. Not only that, but others even feel the need to go father and slander good peoples names because they are not helping them get more free stuff. People need to just slow down and be thankful for what they have. It is no ones' responsibility to take care of you, except yourself.
We are all free to feel what we want, and as our moderators it is our duty to make sure that everyone feels comfortable discussing their thoughts. Yes, disagreements can happen; and occasionally constructive criticism that helps others can occur, too. As long as the conversation remains open and constructive, then there is a chance for progression; if however the opposite where to happen, progress would come to a halt in any situation. For this scene to grow, we need to offer room for growth and change.
Basically, if we feel you are bad for the scene (a hindrance of progress), we are going to let you know. If you got a problem with the site, let us know in our Site/Suggestion subsection. We are here because of you, and we are representing all of you here at PSX-SCENE. We want nothing more than to make this the most productive environment it can possibly be.
Bottom line... do not bash developers/others/noobs/unknown. Sony on the other hand; say what you want to say, and seek support or seek the door. The chaos ends!
We are not trying to take your voice away, and PSX-SCENE member/developer Jay-Jay(and, I) has put together some simple examples to follow.